Review: Stuttgart duo Final DJs hook up with Dim Mak vocalist Patrick Baker for a euphoric summer hit for all the lovers out there called, fittingly, "Summer Nights". Should Bag Raiders' "Shooting Star" have been a favourite you'll be happy to read this single treads a similar path as glittering arpeggios and synths ring out like a classic Cut Copy or Holy Ghost production, and should you want that extra heartfelt dose of warmth, let Baker's wispy croon do the talking.
Review: Frenchman in Philadelphia Thomas Toccafondi pops up on Mullet with a radio-friendly blend of nu-disco, synth-pop and disco reggae. It's a deliciously summery concoction, especially in its Extended Vocal Mix form, which adds some extra cowbells and lovingly crafted drops to accentuate Patrick Baker's woozy vocal. BRONX turn the original into a melodic chunk of bouncy deep house complete with classic piano riffs, while nu-disco fusion pest Nine Lives takes "Just For Tonight" into organ-heavy US garage territory on his breezy rework. For those who dislike Baker's breathy, Marmite vocal, Toccafondi also offers up an Extended Instrumental Mix.